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Yesterday I installed a Vanilla Raspbian image on BerryBoot to test out Stretch and then go back to my Jessie image.

It all went quite well until I removed it and the Pi said it could no longer connect to the Router.

After looking around the Router I removed everything related to the Pi's local IP (192.168.178.26) and the Pi got back onto the network but weirdly enough no machine can receive or connect to it, not even a simple ping as if the Pi is not connected.

It works fine over LAN but in my situation its not able to receive a constant LAN connection.

Since then I have reinstalled BerryBoot and reconfigured the Network.

This is quite a weird issue and everything I tried couldn't fix it. How do I solve this problem?

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I've changed my SD card from a 1GB one to a 16GB one and changed the Static IP adress now everything seems to work fine ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

  • How could you have possibly used a 1GB card originally? Even Jessie lite is larger than that. – Jacobm001 Sep 1 '17 at 22:19
  • I found it lying around the house and fouse it as a great usage because I use BerryBoot anyways – SentryCrafter Sep 3 '17 at 2:24
  • @Jacobm001 berryboot lets you keep the OS on an external hard drive – Luis Diaz Sep 13 '17 at 11:05

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